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The Chinese calendar is officially called the Farming Calendar, which is also known as the Chinese lunar calendar or traditional calendar.


The Chinese calendar is a lunisolar calendar which is based on exact astronomical observations of the longitude of the sun and the phases of the moon.


Today, although the People’s Republic of China uses the Gregorian calendar for civil purposes, the Chinese calendar is used for traditional activities in China and overseas Chinese communities. It determines the dates of traditional Chinese festivals, and is greatly used for people to find the auspicious days for weddings, moving, or beginning a business.





  1. Chinese Zodiacs
  2. Chinese Festivals
  3. 24 Chinese Solar Terms
  4. Chinese Calendar 2018
  5. Auspicious Wedding Dates
  6. Chinese Baby Gender Predictor


Chinese Calendar by Month


  1. January
  2. February
  3. March
  4. April
  5. May
  6. June
  7. July
  8. August
  9. September
  10. October
  11. November
  12. December
Western Date:February 23, 2017Time in China
(GMT+8)
Chinese Date:Jan 27, Ding You Year, Year of Rooster




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Jan 5
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Jan 6
3
立春
4
Jan 8
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Jan 9
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Jan 10
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Jan 11
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Jan 12
9
Jan 13
10
Jan 14
11
元宵節
12
Jan 16
13
Jan 17
14
Jan 18
15
Jan 19
16
Jan 20
17
Jan 21
18
雨水
19
Jan 23
20
Jan 24
21
Jan 25
22
Jan 26
23
Jan 27
24
Jan 28
25
Jan 29
26
Feb 1
27
龍抬頭
28
Feb 3

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